Keeping our intestinal flora optimized is critical to your overall health. It can help us to get to the root cause of our chronic conditions and find the most holistic way to heal.
At Green Circle Wellness we take gut health serious. It’s the largest organ inside of our body and affects every single system — from neurologic to endocrine.
Through comprehensive lab testing such as: Full Blood Work, Nutreval Vitamins Test, GI Stool Test, and Food Allergy and Sensitivity Testing, our Doctors and Registered Dietitian are provided with the necessary information to customize your own personalized treatment and nutrition plan.
Boost Your Gut Health
Having too many bad types of bacteria hanging out in the gut has been linked to numerous problems – including autism, obesity, diabetes, allergies, autoimmunity, depression, cancer, heart disease, fibromyalgia, eczema, and asthma. And these links between chronic illness and an imbalanced microbiome (or gut bacteria) keeps growing every day.
A healthy gut should mean more to you than being annoyed by a little bloating or heartburn. It is central to your health and connected to everything that happens in your body. That’s why we almost always start treating patients’ chronic health problems by fixing their gut first.
Why is my gut health so important?
Improve your gut, improve your health. Here how Green Circle Wellness can help:
Obesity has been linked to changes in then gut ecosystem, resulting from an intake of inflammatory omega 6s and not enough anti-inflammatory omega 3s. Managing your gut health can reduce this inflammation and help you better manage your weight.
Reduce Inflammation and Weight Gain
Intestinal health could be defined as the optimal digestion, absorption, and assimilation of food. Balancing your diet improve digestion, ensuring proper absorption of the vitamins and minerals in your diet.
Recent science has revealed a close connection between you brain and your gut. Improving your guts health helps reducing anxiety and increase mental clarity.
Enhance Mental Clarity
7-8 hours of quality sleep can improve your gut health, and in turn a proper balance of gut bacteria boosts the quality of your sleep.